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Posted by sylvia on Sunday, October 12, 2008 at 4:44pm.

In the experiment, a hydrate is heated to form an anhydrate. The masses of the before and after are measured and the percent of the water in the hydrate is calculated. If some of the hydrate spatters out of the crucible and isnt noticed, how will this affect the calculated percent of the water in the hydrate?

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